“A huge bunch of American Beauty roses, many of them full blown, is spread out in a brown receptacle lying on the grass, the rich ripeness of their royal hue resplendent above the mass of leaves intermingling with their stems.
Signed at the lower left, A. MULLER-URY.
Height, 24 inches; length 30 inches.”
Present Whereabouts Unknown
Mrs. Emelie de L. Havemeyer (Widow of the late Theodore A. Havemeyer) sale, American Art Galleries, Madison Square South, New York, Wednesday evening, 8p.m., November 18th, 1914, Lot 53. Bought: M. Martyne, according to American Art News, Vol. XIII, No. 7, November 21, 1914, $12.50.